Ramada Hotel Jahreszeiten Hahnenklee
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... to the soccer with Ollie in Hannover- Bundesliga
Hannover 96 vs Eintracht Frankfurt
The girls hung out with Lydia, Christina and baby Pia eating apple pie and coffee. Opa (Hans) and Oma Betschel (our Opa's brother and wife) visited which was just lovely to meet them. Opa Hans reminded me so much of our Opa- he adored Annalise and was chatting to her right away. 10 minutes of him being there we pulls out his wallet and gave her a bit ...
When we woke up we enjoyed a traditional German breakfast of breads, cold meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables and different spreads (including lots of nutella) at the hotel. It was delicious and refreshing to be eating vegetables and meat for breakfast. Then we went exploring a bit at the local shopping centre..... it is interesting just looking at the different products on the shelf. The one thing about Germany that we have noticed is that most things are cheap compared to Oz ...
So it begins..... kids have been super excited for days- jumping up and down, crossing out the last few days of their calender and saying 'I can't believe we are finally going on our world tour!' Yes this moment has been a few years coming and feels very surreal that it is finally here.
We got a nice surprise at Melbourne airport getting into QANTAS club. Kids enjoyed the snacks and magazines. We boarded our first flight and were off at 23:55 to ...
In another part you actually walk on top of the rocky ridge, in a foresty bit. After much deliberation I wanted a challenge and some active exercise, and decided upon the hike on top of the ridge.
Or I could have chosen a whole different walk from a detailed map but I was very curious about that Devil's Wall.
I drove to Blankenburg (about ...
Looked around the town, had expensive, not-so-good coffee on the touristy main square (staff was a bit snooty too). When I asked whether they had wifi for the guests, she looked at me like I had just escaped from a lunatic asylum. No wifi anywhere in this whole Harz region, not that I could find anyway.
Lots of rain kind of limited the options ...